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Man fishing, Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
Man fishing, Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
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Advert for Marshall & Snelgrove, fashionable dresses 1933
Advert for Marshall & Snelgrove, fashionable dresses 1933
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Advertisement for Pratts petrol and motor oils
Advertisement for Pratts petrol and motor oils
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Mossant Hats
Mossant Hats
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Bunny Roger
Bunny Roger
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Apprentice splitting slate, Delabole Quarry, Cornwall
Apprentice splitting slate, Delabole Quarry, Cornwall
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Turkish Dancers - Salonica
Turkish Dancers - Salonica
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The Winning Jockey
The Winning Jockey
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Workers - May Day 1936
Workers - May Day 1936
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Middlebrough Cricket
Middlebrough Cricket
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Advertisement for Charles Baker & Co.s Store
Advertisement for Charles Baker & Co.s Store
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WW1 Allegory - The Allies greet the arriving Italian Soldier
WW1 Allegory - The Allies greet the arriving Italian Soldier
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Bunny Roger Featured Print

Bunny Roger

Neil Munro ("Bunny") Roger (June 9, 1911 in London - April 27, 1997 in London) English couturier, war hero, and dandy. Pictured here dressed in an Edwardian style with a long jacket with high four-button front, white Marcella waistcoat with step collar and narrow, drainpipe trousers. Note also the curly brimmed bowler and high stiff collar. Date: 1951

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Bolivia - La Paz - Aymara Indians
Bolivia - La Paz - Aymara Indians
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The old city bellman, Norwich
The old city bellman, Norwich
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The horse through the ages
The horse through the ages
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Dogs as Chefs
Dogs as Chefs
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Welsh Women in Traditional Costume by Cross at St Davids
Welsh Women in Traditional Costume by Cross at St Davids
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Petticoat Lane, London - View down the market
Petticoat Lane, London - View down the market
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Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view
Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view
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Tourists on a Thomas Cook Tour
Tourists on a Thomas Cook Tour
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The Dolly Sisters, London
The Dolly Sisters, London
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A cockle woman of Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A cockle woman of Pembrokeshire, South Wales
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Two young men sorting through a pile of scrap metal
Two young men sorting through a pile of scrap metal
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British car in the South of France
British car in the South of France
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Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view Featured Print

Petticoat Lane, London - Birds eye view

Birds eye view of stalls on Petticoat Lane, London. A street clothes market on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street. Secondhand clothes and bric-a-brac had been sold in an area known as Peticote Lane since the early 17th century. An influx of immigrant Huguenots and later immigrants Jews developed the manufacturing in the area and maintained the traditions of trade. Despite a severe decline following WWII, a further influx of Asian immigrants in the 1970s once again restored the areas vitality. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Two Gents in Bowler Hats
Two Gents in Bowler Hats
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Royal Box in the Grandstand at Goodwood
Royal Box in the Grandstand at Goodwood
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Snow, Skis and Sunshine in Switzerland
Snow, Skis and Sunshine in Switzerland
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Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri
Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri
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Kaiser Wilhelm II, Empress and Princess
Kaiser Wilhelm II, Empress and Princess
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Healthy Recreation
Healthy Recreation
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Wandering Uzbek Dervishes from Samarkand
Wandering Uzbek Dervishes from Samarkand
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Mongolian Traders in China with camels
Mongolian Traders in China with camels
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Prominent members of the racing set at Goodwood
Prominent members of the racing set at Goodwood
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Kangol advertisement 1956
Kangol advertisement 1956
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The Bystander Summer Number 1928
The Bystander Summer Number 1928
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On the Shady Side by William Barribal
On the Shady Side by William Barribal
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Wandering Uzbek Dervishes from Samarkand Featured Print

Wandering Uzbek Dervishes from Samarkand

Wandering Uzbek Dervishes from Samarkand. Dervish or Darvesh in Persian usually refers to a person who is a seeker of the truth i.e. universal truth'. Within the Islamic tradition such people are often known as Sufis, Sufi, people of the way or mystics and they come from every strata of society; here monetary considerations are inapplicable since the situation is that of a deep personal inner spiritual longing. There are in existence a number Sufi Orders many of which bear the name of a great saint and within these orders various practices have continued over the centuries in order to assist generations of seekers whose desire is to be brought to reality itself. It is said that the number of ways to reality/truth exceeds the number of grains of sand on the beach. It may be noted that this infinite number of ways to truth can even start at a point beyond religion, ultimately the truth is an univeral quality."

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Making a posy of summer blooms
Making a posy of summer blooms
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Smithfield Cattle Show
Smithfield Cattle Show
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Utrillo and Guitry
Utrillo and Guitry
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Lenin/Kalinin/1920
Lenin/Kalinin/1920
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Auriol Lee in a Hat 1905
Auriol Lee in a Hat 1905
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1890S Cycling Ladies
1890S Cycling Ladies
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Beethoven/Vienna Statue
Beethoven/Vienna Statue
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London Teashop 1927
London Teashop 1927
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Jonas Hanway/Umbrella 2
Jonas Hanway/Umbrella 2
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Four Men in Top Hats
Four Men in Top Hats
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Fashionable 1940S Hat
Fashionable 1940S Hat
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DRINKS AT MAXIM'S 1911
DRINKS AT MAXIM'S 1911
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